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Former IRS official Lois Lerner once again rested on her Fifth Amendment right not to testify on her role in the IRS scandal during a house hearing on Wednesday. The hearing quickly lapsed into a heated dispute between top Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings and top Republican Rep. Darrell Issa. The incident is just the latest in the long saga of the investigation into the IRS scandal wherein the IRS targeted conservative organizations.

The judge deciding the legality of Connecticut's gun laws cobbled together pieces and parts of previous decisions to support his ruling that Connecticut's interests overrode Second Amendment infringements. 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Obama at the White House on March 3 and the main topic on the agenda was the U.S.-drafted framework for a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.

Dr. Vivek Murthy, expected to be confirmed as surgeon general this week, is the White House's perfect candidate to take the post, adding his anti-gun rhetoric to the chorus in Washington.

The Romeike family, like all homeschooling families in today’s Germany, was suffering from ruthless government persecution under a Nazi-era ban on home education originally used by Hitler to brainwash children with his murderous National Socialist ideology. In 2008, facing the prospect of having their lives destroyed and children abducted, the Christian family fled to the United States seeking educational freedom in the “Land of the Free.” Now, thanks to Obama and the Supreme Court, they must find another home.

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